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Will be in the Abyssal Maw in Cataclysm, one of the opening raids on release. Not only lord of water, but possessing the first legendary in Cataclysm. (Likely to be a trident/staff)

Legend says that Neptulon the Tidehunter, the powerful being who rules over the aquatic realm, possesses a potent weapon that allows its owner to control the very seas of Azeroth.

Venthos, on October 23, 2009 06:52:47   [ Reply ] 


Yay Legendary holder

Flamdo, on October 23, 2009 08:22:19   [ Reply ] 


The strongest Elemental Lord

Splub, on October 23, 2009 09:20:02   [ Reply ] 


Neptulon the Tidehunter reigns supreme in his domain, the deep ocean. Users of boats and other such water-crossing utilities risk his wrath; entering his domain without express permission is paramount to doom. He revels in taking those whom feel invulnerable, especially Therazane's rocky beaches and the flames of Ragnaros, when given the chance. He rules over all water, whether it be the sea, the ocean, river or lake. All elementals worship him, as do all creatures that use water or the cold for their abilities. It is said that when an intelligent creature drowns, his or her soul will pass through his realm on the way to its end. It is supposed that he keeps those souls which amuse and interest him, but Neptulon only laughs at such suppositions.

"Rising out of the water above you is a massive humanoid figure shaped from the very liquid itself. The form shifts and changes, but the underlying shape remains the same - a colossal figure that vaguely resembles a humanoid, with swirling blue-green colors whirling within. Only the eyes, a pair of glowing yellow spots in the amorphous head, remain islands of stability."

Tortus, on October 24, 2009 08:55:49   [ Reply ] 
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